Mount Haggin offers 20 kilometers of groomed cross-country ski trails in cooperation with the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks. Volunteers from the Mile High Nordic Ski Education Foundation groom the trails twice weekly. Grooming reports can be found here.
Ten kilometers of trail are groomed for skate skiing, and 15 kilometers for classic skiing. Trails also access backcountry skiing along the Continental Divide. Along with several loops including Sugarloaf (good, technical skiing—4.6km), Crooked John (moderate hills—4.8km), Little California (for classic skiing only, offers the best views of the Pintler Range, and has some thrilling downhill sections—10.8km), and the Spire Loop (ungroomed, good access to telemark terrain on the Continental Divide—12.6km), there’s also a nearby warming hut.
To get to Mount Haggin, follow Mill Creek Road (SH 247) 11 miles south of Highway 1, near Anaconda. Please no pets on these trails.